or An·a·tole



a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “sunrise.” Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for anatol

Contemporary Examples of anatol

  • In due course, Anatol Lieven reviewed the book in The Nation, and he called us all out as liberal hawks.

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    Iraq Ten Years After

    Michael Tomasky

    March 18, 2013

Historical Examples of anatol

  • She has grown tired of Anatol and fallen in love with another.


    Horace Barnett Samuel

  • The end of this journey was Borjom, where he intended to pass the whole summer in the family of his brother Anatol.

  • Anatol, however, insists on being left alone with her at this critical moment of his fate, so Max retires into the adjoining room.


    Horace Barnett Samuel

  • With pique mingling with his relief, Anatol rises to the occasion, professing the righteous indignation of a wounded spirit.


    Horace Barnett Samuel

  • Fortunately, Anatol had a friend at Voronezh, to whom we telegraphed at once.